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Old 06-08-2005, 04:10 PM   #46
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Mine just came in today and out of 6 packs my worst one is 1.172v 2.1IR at 35amps. Can't wait to see how these perform on the track.
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Old 06-08-2005, 05:32 PM   #47
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I found my IB3600's smaller than the GP3300s and as far as weight goes... now it could be my solder job, but I found only 2g difference between the IB's (400g) and the GP's (398g)(more solder on the IB's and deans on both packs)
i got the same numbers as JRX-S Bill

but mine has shrink wrap and shoegoo inbetween with small corally/euro connectors for the connection.

IB3800s = 415g
GP3700s = 410g
GP3300s = 400g

i must have used too much shoegoo in my 3300s
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Hebiki...

That's a lot of shoegoo LOL
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Hebiki...

That's a lot of shoegoo LOL
Must look more like a brick than a pack...
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I've gotten to the point that I just put a drop of super glue between the cells.. saves weight too...

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if you use good bars and have soldiering skills you dont need any glue
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Ruben... hey I didn't mention names for a reason LOL but you DID HACK me in the heat races... remember round 3??? LOL

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making something so slow hit something so fast
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Nah your car was pretty fast and so was chill's, but you guys push your cars too hard with the track being so slick. I found that out the hard way.. I lift for the corners and you guys were hammer down.. I guess that works if you were going to use me to go around the corner LOL
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Hi guys,

How is the performance of the IB3600 compare to the IB3800? Are the IB3800 much better or they perform abt the same expect that the 3800 have slightly better runtime?

Also how are the IB quality as compare to GP cells?

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Hi guys,

How is the performance of the IB3600 compare to the IB3800? Are the IB3800 much better or they perform abt the same expect that the 3800 have slightly better runtime?

Also how are the IB quality as compare to GP cells?

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I don't have as much time on the IB's as I do on the GP's so I cannot comment there. But I do have several packs of Ieach B3600 and IB3800's. Well besides having more runtime, the 3800's seems to have better numbers than the 3600's.

I charge them the same and treat them the same. Both work flawlessly but like I said the 3800's just have better numbers.

Plus, I don't think they make 3600's anymore. You may be able to find some guys still matching left over stock though.

Other than the larger can size, the 3800's are so far perfect!
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Koabich .... you are SO WRONG regarding availability of IB3600 cells. Not only are they still available, but Intellect has just released a NEW improved version with longer runtime and higher voltage. I know because I have a 1000 of these cells at the moment for matching and they are closer to the IB3800 than the old IB3600. In Australia, you can tell the difference by the shrink wrap. The newer cell has the 3600 written in the same style as the 3800 which is different to the original IB3600.
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Koabich .... you are SO WRONG regarding availability of IB3600 cells. Not only are they still available, but Intellect has just released a NEW improved version with longer runtime and higher voltage. I know because I have a 1000 of these cells at the moment for matching and they are closer to the IB3800 than the old IB3600. In Australia, you can tell the difference by the shrink wrap. The newer cell has the 3600 written in the same style as the 3800 which is different to the original IB3600.
I knew I would get a reply like this to my post. That's why I said "I don't think they make them anymore." Notice I didn't say they are definately not made anymore.

Thanks for pointing out that I am SO WRONG.
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Your welcome

Gee, you Americans are so sensitive. Can't stand being corrected. And from a fellow Corally driver I was merely pointing out that the cells are still available.
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Are these batterys allready legal?
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Your welcome

Gee, you Americans are so sensitive. Can't stand being corrected. And from a fellow Corally driver I was merely pointing out that the cells are still available.
Not that I am sensitive, but you need to have some class when you say stuff. There were about 1,000,000 other ways you could have made your point and not come across as such as jerk!
It's likes there a bunch of guys reading forums these days that are just waiting to jump all over people the first chance they get. As in I am "SO WRONG.
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